An Out of This World Badurday Boy- September 1, 2012- Neil Armstrong

We lost a gret man this week. Mr. Armstrong was a very lucky man to have been in space and bring so much excitement to the world as we all watched. It’s fitting that we pay tribute to him with this clip. He was a bright, shining star in our midst and will be missed. Godspeed, Mr. Armstrong.

By the way, I have two new releases this week. One is a short story to be released on September 5 from Secret Cravings Publishing and the other is a novel to be released on Sept 6 from Ellora’s Cave. I’m over here talking about the EC release HOT PURSUIT today. Come by and see what it’s all about. I’m also here talking about naming characters.

Badurday- Close to Full Moon Edition

Today’s moon is a waxing gibbous, at 91% of full.  In honor of that, I have chosen a werewolf as the bad boy of the day.   When I was in elemetary school in the great state of Virginia, my sister and I would RUN everyday off the bus to our house to get there in time to watch what we thought was the most brilliant show on television.  When I grew up, this show came out on DVD and I asked for it for Christmas that year.  AND oh.my.gosh.  It is so cheesy that I get lactose intolerant watching it.  So funny how things change, huh?  

Anyway, the sister love Barnabas, the vampire.  But for moi, there was no other man than Quentin Collins (sigh).  He was so rugged and handsome.  AND I wanted to be Daphne (Kate Jackson).  This show Dark Shadows was an integral part of my upbringing and made me love the Gothic genre. 

Our bad boy also played on Falcon Crest as Richard Channing.  He was evil to start with but mellowed as the show went on. 

Anyone ever watch him in Flamingo Road?  He was pretty bad there, too.

So without further ado, here is David Selby A/K/A Quentin Collins.

Quentin and Dapne

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